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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Leck

    Townships LeckLECK Lech, Dom. Bk.; Lecke, 1212; Lec, 1251; Leck , Leke, 1346. The western boundary of the township is termed by the Roman road going north to Carlisle , which here is about 200 ft. above sea level.

    The parish of Tunstall

    ; Leck The parish of Tunstall , which occupies the extreme north-east corner of Lancashire , extends from the comparatively level ground on the left bank of the Lune in a north-east direction up the steep side of Leck and

    The parish of Thornton (part) Ireby

    70. The principal road is that from Settle to Kirkby Lonsdale , from which minor roads branch off, north-west to Leck and south to Burton-in-Lonsdale . The Ingleton branch of the London and NorthWestern railway also crosses the township near

    Townships Burrow with Burrow

    Westmorland just beyond the northern boundary. A minor road branches off to the north-west from Nether Burrow to Overton and Leck . The Ingleton branch of the London and North-Western Railway crosses the township, and has a station called Kirkby

    Townships Cantsfield

    , of which the former was the principal, its lords having Tunstall also, and acquiring the manors of Burrow and Leck . The lordship of THURLAND , a name which may have been used from the first, though it does

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Y, 01 January 1556-31 December 1696

    -, -, his journey and attendance in England, 258. Yate , Wm., mayor of Bristol, 2. Yates , Edward, of Leck (Lancaster), yeoman, 546. -, John, of Kingston-upon-Hull, prosecuted in the Exchequer, petition of, 247. -, Robert, (Mint), 538, 569.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 17 March 1694, 17 March 1694-17 March 1694

    by the House to be made Part of the Bill. Ordered , That the Bill, with the Amendments, be ingrossed. Leck by Manor. A Message from the Lords, by Mr. Meredeth and Mr. Keck : Mr. Speaker, The Lords have

    Elizabeth, June 1585, 11-15, 11 June 1585-15 June 1585

    to a village called Amerongen, a league from the town of Wijk by Duurstede (Wyck de Duerstee) on the river Leck. The enemy's strength was some ten or twelve hundred foot and seven hundred horse; ours, about 700 foot and

    Volume 40, September 1-October 20, 1696, 01 September 1696-20 October 1696

    Simon Battersby of Kirkby Lonsdale, in the county of Westmoreland, and of Richard Tatham of Causfield, and Edward Yates of Leck, in the county of Lancaster, yeomen, who had been about to proceed to the Isle of Man from Whitehaven

    Index, L

    of abuses at Ostend, 132. contracted to victual Portugal expedition, 232. asks States to pay Wachtendonk relief, 374. Leche , Leck. See Lek. Lede , Don Juan, Jan, de, 116. Lee , Gilbert, captain of Heye , 148. Leekes ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By way of after Epilogue. Mr Rayone will sing Zesiel Home. span's Rambles ir s'own-his Description of the Play-and his Leck in the Lottery.-Previous to Nine o'click (in consequence of other engagements) Madame Pasta wil exert her vocal talents in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spitalficidos, '.ax villaisletO. [When'lltey, Wa'cbriiek. E. Neteole kuit C. Ilefloldl, heading, builtdetrs. [Hilt aitd Heald, Tlirtig- Morton street. C.'Tolintitattd 0N'. Leck, Ilenry street Fa'st, Port'tindtown, plumibers. [Ieatt, Criisn courtI'threadneedle Stieet. .1, Wo'odhmriilge, Iteailtig, saiddler. [Badiloili, H~otgtloti, atid Co. 5. Sittil, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAFES (non coducting and vapourising), with all tbe improvements, under their Quadruple Patents of 1840-51-54 and 185S,including theirlGunpowder Proof Solid Leck and Door (without which no Safe is secured). The strongest, best, and cheapest safeguards extent MItcNER'S PHE NIX (2120) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 5a. Sponging Bathis, (is . to 20s. Ili) latibs, 3s. to 25s. Children's Batbs, 13,. td. Traveliing Baths, with Leck and Strap complete. 20s. Ladies Dre!ss Itoxes, frote 7s. Everyothler kiid of Bath at equs'slv lot prices. Rieclasd and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    timber. . S Must file wAcl, Conetant emnDloyment Sor a steady nad compe- .tent wvorkman-Apply toa B. tiriodley, 'imber Meronnnt, Leck, I Stafiordahire. . c4775 41olE WCUTJINit. Wnated, Ian todo R Tpairo and BSrewouttliog _12. abl, one to 1it Copy7ng Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 February 1780, 15 February 1780

    ;" to which they defire the ¦ Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Leck ford u -R/r : «y ••> a u Enclofure B il. by Mr. jervoije, and others : With a Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1805, 17 June 1805

    That the faid Bill be committed to Confideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed Confideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed : Leck Enclo- fure Bill. Great Can- ford Enclo- iure Bill. Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them, to meet on Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1809, 17 April 1809

    49 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 147 Dry Drayton A Mefiage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Enclofure by Mr. Davis and others : With a Bill, intiruled, " An Act for enclofing Lands " Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1829, 19 March 1829

    Dublin: Liirgan: Newrv: nan Catholic :ms, Peti- s against: rporation irewers & tsters:) nough- Leck: yin 3klow: botstown: Loughin- shollin : " much of the 33d George III. Chapter Irish, as « relates to granting the Elective Franchise to the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    returned. 22d July, 872, Returned (Evidence returned). R.A., 31st July, 1065. LXXVIII. Helensburgh Har- 1846 BOUR. Helmsdale Little Ferry and Leck Robie Harbours. 1847-48 Helsington Inclo- SURE. LXXVIII. LXXX. 1837-38 LXX, Helston Roads 1833 Hemel Hempstead Small Tenements. Heneage's Divorce Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Ireland's case for home rule considered, 1890

    smoothness and as little risk of present or future friction as possible; therefore England must be magnanimous, not close fisted. Leck -y ' s Here is a passage from Lecky ' s ' • History of the l0rish0pno-0n Eighteenth Century, Subscribers-only content

    A plea for the nationalisation of the land, 1881

    at Glengarry in 1853 . Cruel evi c¬ tions are going on at the present time in Skye and at Leck - melm, in Ross -shire, where an Aberdeen paper-maker, named Pirie, has bought an estate and is clearing it Subscribers-only content

    The Irish question: a reply to Mr. Gladstone, 1886

    the Irish Nation, p. 433 \. Mitchel's History, ii. 37, 123, 137; Grattan's Memoirs, v. 51, S2 > 57? 58 ; Sir George C. Lewis 's Administrations of Great Britain , p. 193; Leck /s Leaders of Opinion, p. 181. Subscribers-only content

    A plea for the nationalisation of the land, 1881

    at Glengarry in 1853 . Cruel evic¬ tions are going on a t the present time in Skye and at Leck - melm, in Ross -shire, where an Aberdeen paper-maker, named Pirie, has bought an estate and is clearing it Subscribers-only content

    Ireland's case for home rule considered, 1890

    smoothness and as little risk of present or future friction as possible; therefore England must be magnanimous, not close fisted. Leck -j's Here is a passage from Lecky's "History of the Irfsh^o-0" Eighteenth Century," showing his opinion that Ireland verty. Subscribers-only content

 

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